Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Liu, P. L., Huang, V., Melannie, Z., & Zhao, X. (2022). "Nice you share in return": Informational sharing, reciprocal sharing, and life satisfaction amid COVID-19 pandemic. Social Indicators Research. [SSCI indexed]
Huang, V. (2022). Information experiences of organisational newcomers: using public social media for organisational socialisation. Behaviour & Information Technology, 1-15. [SSCI indexed]
Zhong, L., Huang, V., Guo, S. Z. (2022). Mobile phone paradox: A two-path model connecting mobile phone use and feeling of loneliness for the Filipino domestic workers in Hong Kong. Mobile Media & Communication, 1-20. [SSCI indexed]
Chan, K., Tsang, L., Lee, L., Lam, S. S. K., Cheng, B. K. L., Fan, F., Huang, L. V., Ng, T., Wong, J., Wong, M., Yeung, F., Zhan, Q., and Li, Q. (2021). A discipline-based community of practice: Life-long learning of advertising and public relations educators. Learning Communities Journal, 13, 1-7.
Wang, A. D., Huang, L. V., Guo, S. Z. (2020). Malleable multiplicity and power reliance: Identity presentation by Chinese journalists on social media. Digital Journalism, 8(11), 1280-1297. [SSCI indexed]
Liu, P. L. & Huang, L. V. (2020). Digital disinformation about COVID-19 and the third-person effect: Examining the channel differences and negative emotional outcomes. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 23 (1), 789-793. [SSCI indexed]
Huang, L. V. & Liu, S. S. (2020). Presenting an ideal self on Weibo: The effects of narcissism and self-presentation valence on uses and gratifications. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1-6. [SSCI indexed]
Huang, L. V. & Zhang, K. (2019). Engagement, formality, and visibility: Managing paradoxes of using mobile instant messaging for work. International Journal of Communication, 13, 1919-1938. [SSCI indexed]
Poroli, A. & Huang, L. V. (2018). Spillover effects of a university crisis: A qualitative investigation using situational theory of problem solving. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 95(4), 1128-1149. [SSCI indexed]
• Based on a project that won top student paper award at the International Communication Association (ICA) 2018 Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
Huang, L. V. & Yeo, T. E. D. (2018). Tweeting #leaders: Social media communication and retweetability of Fortune 1000 chief executive officers on Twitter. Internet Research, 28(1), 123-142. [SSCI indexed]
Sheer, V. C., Liu, S, & Huang, L. (2018). Ethical leadership: From western foundation to Chinese context. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 28(1), 20-40. [SCOPUS indexed]
Huang, L. V. & Liu, P. L. (2017). Ties that work: Investigating the relationships among coworker connections, work-related Facebook utility, online social capital, and employee outcomes. Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 512–524. [SSCI indexed]
• Based on a project that won best student paper award at the International Communication Association (ICA) 2017 Conference, San Diego, CA: US
Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Huang, L. V. (2019). “Like” my coworkers: Organizational socialization and workplace relationship development using social media. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Social Media & Society - SMSociety '19. Toronto, ON, Canada: ACM.
Huang, L. V. & Wang, D. (2016). What a surprise: Initial connection with coworkers on Facebook and expectancy violations. In Proceedings of CSCW ’16: Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing Companion. San Francisco, SF: ACM.
Huang, L. V. (2021). All in one place? Reluctance in everyday mobile communication in China. In G. B. Yang & W. Wang (Eds.), Engaging Social Media in China: Platforms, Publics, and Production. Michigan State University Press.
Huang, L. V. & Zhang, Y. (2018). Chapter 2. User survey of Hong Kong digital media (in English and Chinese). In W. Li & Y. Huang (Eds.), Hong Kong digital media report (pp. 12-36, 172-196). Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Book Company.